Zaroob is an award-winning restaurant that offers Lebanese street food and they have very recently opened up a new branch in Buhierah Corniche, Sharjah. On your drive into Sharjah, it’s very difficult to miss out this particular eat out. You will spot a well lit, colourful restaurant alongside Al Majaz Waterfront. As we walked in we were quite fascinated by hanging Khuboos and on enquiring we found that it was called Ka’ak which is a popular street eat in Beirut.
Although the service is a bit slow, I would still rate them up to the mark, for the friendly staff who served us. They were willing to talk through the menu and make the best recommendations for the evening. The interiors are quirky, decorated with the most playful colours that co-relate to their brand – Neon Green and Fuchsia pink and has a great ambiance to offer. Decorated with the traditional mosaic art interiors and checkered print of the Arab man’s head scarf as lampshades and bread bag on every table. We couldn’t stop ourselves from clicking pictures of the interiors and a few selfies while waiting for the food to arrive.
What did we order? We had Falafel plate for starters, Shawarma Platter as well as Wrap Man’oushe for the main course, Nutella Saj for dessert and of course hummus to go along side! Oh, and not to forget the hot Saj bread.
Rating: 4 Stars